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CEO John Legere takes to Twitter to update customers about network issues that hit an unspecified number of users on Friday.
Disruption to the carrier's network began around 6 p.m. PT but did not appear to affect all customers.
The carrier pulled back the curtain on some improvements made to the network covering MetLife Stadium, just in time for the big game.
As carriers prepare for Nemo, they're offering up tips for customers caught in the massive winter blizzard.
Earlier reports cited security concerns over further bomb detonations as the reason for the service disruption, but the outage now appears due to capacity overload.
CNET talks to one of the executives responsible for preparing for and dealing with a crisis. Verizon says 99 percent of its networks are back up, while AT&T is up to 98 percent.
High winds and storm surge flooding have taken their toll on cell phone, Internet, and other communications services for many in Hurricane Sandy's path.
Orange has taken the lead from TalkTalk as the nation's most-hated broadband provider, while T-Mobile is the worst network.
The pain, the sorrow, the angst. Worse than being a Jaguars fan, Yahoo's Fantasy Football goes down -- in unknown circumstances -- an hour before kickoff Sunday.
Even without working Wi-Fi, a spare laptop was useful as a USB charging base during Hurricane Sandy.